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Nine in a row

Nine in a row

Noah Crowley, Staff reporter
April 21, 2017
Filed under Men's Tennis

The brooms came out strong as the Spartans swept two opponents in one day this past weekend. Case Western Reserve University took on the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and Ohio Wesleyan University at home this past Saturday and dominated in every single match, including four matches that all...

Women’s tennis can’t keep pace with Carnegie Mellon

Women’s tennis can’t keep pace with Carnegie Mellon

Ben Resnick, Staff reporter
April 21, 2017
Filed under Sports, Women's Tennis

The women’s tennis team traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this past Saturday to take on the 11th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University Tartans (CMU). Case Western Reserve University’s women's tennis team came out swinging and gave the Tartans all they could handle as they pushed several matches to ...

Women’s tennis aces competition

Ben Resnick, Staff reporter
April 14, 2017
Filed under Sports, Tennis, Top Stories, Women's Tennis

The women’s tennis team went 2-1 at the Midwest Invitational in competition against three nationally ranked teams. No. 19 Case Western Reserve University fell to No. 8 University of Chicago while beating No. 30 Denison University and No. 31 DePauw University to round out the tournament. All-in-a...

Seventh heaven

Noah Crowley, Staff reporter
April 14, 2017
Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis

The No. 12 Spartans men’s tennis team continued their winning streak this weekend with three straight victories in two days. None of the games were against other nationally ranked opponents, but they were strong outings nonetheless. Case Western Reserve University hosted two of the three games, helping...

Women’s tennis continues to win

Women’s tennis continues to win

Ben Resnick, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2017
Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Tennis

On a weekend dedicated to the team’s fourth-year players, the No. 19 Case Western Reserve University women’s tennis team was able to extend their winning streak to eight games.  Before the first match of the weekend against Oberlin College, the team recognized its two fourth-year members, Jennif...

Spartans complete back-to-back blowouts

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2017
Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports

The No. 12 Spartans continued their winning ways this weekend, defeating the unranked State University of New York at Oneonta in both of their matches. Both wins were dominating, with Case Western Reserve University only losing one match out of 18. In the first of the two match-ups, the Spartans came out strong....

Women’s tennis continues to overcome adversity

Women’s tennis continues to overcome adversity

Ben Resnick, Staff Reporter
March 31, 2017
Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Tennis

Coming into the season, Kristen Gambrell, the head coach of the women’s tennis team, did not know how her team would fare. Five of her 10 players were underclassmen with four of those five starting their first year at Case Western Reserve University. Injuries to some of the veterans put the undercl...

Stroup clutch, men’s tennis wins twice

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
March 31, 2017
Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis

The Spartans men’s tennis team played two games this past weekend and managed to win them both. Case Western Reserve University entered the weekend ranked No. 11, and hopes to improve upon that rank moving forward. During the team’s first game against the No. 25 Kenyon College Lords, the Spart...

“Gut it out and find a way”

Ben Resnick, Staff Reporter
March 24, 2017
Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Tennis

The Case Western Reserve University women's tennis team traveled to Florida over spring break to play four matches in three days on March 13, 14 and 15. The Spartans entered the break ranked 18th in Division III after opening up the spring season with a 4-1 record. Head Coach Kristen Gambrell said that almost...

Men’s tennis earns sixth place at indoor championships

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2017
Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports, Tennis

The Spartans participated in the ITA DIII Indoor Men’s Tennis Championships this weekend and made it past the first consolation round. The No. 8 Case Western Reserve University men fell to the No. 7 Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Tartans for the first of three games this weekend, then split their ...

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